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at Sioux City, Saturday, Jan 15 DOW CLOTHING CO.'S 516-518-520 Fourth Street Entlra Stock nf Clothlnrf, Furn laHtrtrfa, Haifa, Cipi, Eto., wll ba dlatrlbutad Into tKa Komaa if tha p.opl. for laaa h. act. vail coat mf tha raww mtvtarlal Beginning Saturday, Jan. 15 at 9 a m, for 10 Days Only CircnniBtancin have combined to make thin sale udviaable at tbis seanou of tlie year. We bought very heavil? tbis full, anticipittiug a bik? trade but disuHtrous weatlier conditions have left us heavily overstocked, and we ara comiiellttil to sacrifice our big stock iu ordet 1 1 m il while merchandise in in demitnd. We must sustain an imme diate loss or risk a great loss Inter, so prefer to face the situation fqu"rejy and start tbis PUlfLIC SALE uo-.v at a time when our frieuds and outruns can benefit to the fullest by this great bar gain treat, right in tbe heart of the season ju-.t when other merchants are charging yon big profits. The loss we sustain iu this sale will be fully com pensated by the aooomplinhnient of our purpose turning our surplus aloe iu cash as quickly as possible. A word to the wisH is sufficient For 25 yetrs this store has been establinhed an doing business in Sioux City. For '25 years oar word has been our bond. We herein guarantee every price, every statement and will absolutely and cheerfully refund the money on every garment not satisfactory to the pur chaser. Yon may take it home, kep it five days, and if not entirely satis factory j on can return it and jour money will be cheerfully refunded. Overcoecte In Light, Heavy or Medium Weight Men's black and blue Cheviot Overcoats, as perfect In fit anil wearing qualities as the very finest grndcH, very warm mid heavy, reulur price 1U.X. .ale price $3.98 Melton and Kereey Overcoats, warmly lined, silk velvet collars, new protective Htylen.ull leimtliH, reR ular price VJ.W, sale price $4.98 a America, fancy and $6.95 ; only $9.88 ws Kersey might well nt U'A hnvi) The best 118.00 Overcoat value In America. Hwavy cloth, genuine Cheviot,, fancy and plain, an excellent appointed Overcoat, new protective styles, regular price J18.00, wulo price. .. Were anyone to tell you that at only $9.88 you can buy a genuine St. Andrews Kersey or Tool Beaver Overcoat you might well doubt It. The wonder of It is that we have hundreds of them In all stylos, regular SiO.uo and 2.u0 values, itt , $9.88 Suits Vun's strictly all wool velour suits that are u uusual J12U30 values. Tailored and design ed under our direction, these are the best fabrics, the lst tailoring, the smartest, fullest cut and the most ad vanced style young men's Kiir luents that $12.60 ever bought, $3.98 .Strictly all wool velour suits, unusual under $10.60. Here are surplus fabrics bought un derprice from a lending New ng-C AC land mill, tailored during dull JjU.OiJ ncusoii ut considerable savings..." High grade velour an:l broken size worsted ults, smart suits of high grade all-wool ve lours, in the new shades. These are hand- tailored garments that are excellent values nt $is.uu $7.45 effects In illves and Men's tM.OO Suits, nil the newest effects In wollens: pretty tuns, green, olives nnd greys predominates; also plain black nnd blue. I Jitest cut coats, with the latest points of fashion., $8.95 Furnishing Goods 100 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, of the latest patterns, price $1.00, ale price Men's fleece lined t'uderwenr, worth 76o, sale price , Men's Underwear, worth $1.00 Ht Men's and Hoys' Sweater Conts. all wool, worth t!.W. Mile price Men's Wool Hose, worth -lie. ule price , Men's Handkerchiefs, hemstitched, farcy border, worth 15c, sule price Men's Embroidered Suspenders, worth Sic sule price Men's Socks, worth WJc, sale price Hoy's fleeced Underwear, sale price 43c 29c 48c 79c 9c 3c 11c 19c ...19c Canvas Gloves, sule price, per pair Genuine Stetson Huts, all shapes, nil colors 4c $2.93 Childr'n's Clothing one lot of Boys' lulls, worth up lo 1.00 ( nd lot of Boys' Suits. sold at the aetinil worth $1.00, go ut Children's Ivereonts. go at ...... Children' Knee ruts, worth r"c, speclul sule price me lot of Iioy" Sulls and ivereonts, worth $'i."o I me lot of Boys' Suits mid ier eouts. Mild ill ui'tuul worth $7.."iO $1.19 $1.95 $2.19 19c $2.95 $3.49 Men's Pants i.. i..uts of wearproof Wellington iiiu I. -rial, perfect llttuiK, regular price I-'.'', sale price 89c i..n fiii re worsted I'ii nt s. In narrow t ripes ami plain shades lor (I l ess wear. regular price Jl."n $1.68 N OT I C E nllroad Far Pol Id to Purchasers to tK Amount $13. OO or Ovtr within a radlou SO NlUi DOW Clothing Co. 516-18-20 rourth St Slsui City lo You M Need It Ask your doctor about the wisdom of your keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In the house, ready for colds, coughs, croup, bronchitis. If he says it's all right, then get a bottle of It at once. Why not show a little foresight in such matters? Early treatment, early cure. W publiih our formulas 9 W banl.h alcohol from our medioin W. uri you to oon.ult your dootor ijers Many a boy is called dull and stupid. v. hcn the whole trouble is due to a lazy iver. we firmly believe your own doc tor will tell you that an occasional dose of Ayer's Pilb will do such boys a great deal of good. They keep the liver active. Made by thi t. O. Ajrer Co., Lowell, lit... Local Items Friday, Jan. 14, 1910 We have as good a stock of hard- warn and tinware as there ever was in Dakota City, and you will find our prices right. Bchriever Bros. Van Harrleu is back from a visit at Niobrara, Neb, with old friends. D H Hagan went to Onawa. Iowa. Tuesday to visit friends, returning lhnrsday. Helen Orr returned to Sioux Falls Wednesday to resume her school work t All Saints. Leonard Ross returned last Friday rota a couple ol week s visit at bis old home in Wisconsin. Get two ears of oorn to grow where onejgrew before by attending the Sioux City short Course, Jan. 17-22. Wm A Niemeyer departed Wednes- ay morning for Chicago to spends week or ten days at his old home. For sale a six room honse and three lots, good location, good outside im provements. Enquire at this office. Tbe Herald is in receipt of a -post card from Grant Smith, who is sojourn ng at Hot springs. Ark, at present, r his health's sake. Samuel Cbinn.of Wakefield, spent fw days here tbe first of the week visiting bis grandfather, G T Barto, nd other relatives. For information and particulars of Sioux City Short Course, address Gapt W L A Smith, chairman membership committee, Sioux City, Iowa. What is tbe use of going out in the 'old and storm when you can call up No. 1 for anything in bis line, and he ill deliver it to ''you promptly. Bert Harden was home a few days tbis week from off the road as travel lop salesman lor the Galena Oil Co. lie left Wednesday for Missouri to look fter business in that section. Daniel Hartnett, of Hubbard, was caller at tbe Herald headquarters aturday, while here attending the meeting of the board of supervisors of Dakota county s drainage district. "Laugh and the world laughs with you . Come out ana near uobert u bowman at the U L church oti the evening of January 21st and join in that laugh that is as wide as tbe world. The Herald is in reoeipt of a hand- Bo trie calendar from tbe White and Wyckoff Mfg Company, of Holjoke, Mass, makers of Autocrat stationery, the handsomest and most artistic writ ing paper on the market. The ladies of the W H & F M soci- ty of Salem will hold a chicken pie social in the Salem Lutheran chun h Friday evening .January 21st. There will also be candy and other good things ou sale- Everybody come. Geo J Boucher, of South Sioux City. assists! county treasurer Manning a few evenings last week in closing cp the books of the treasurer's oilice and getting them ready for the semi-annual settlement with the board of commiss ioners. Countv Judge Heffernan issued his first marriage license since taking bis iflico for this term, cn Saturday, to Raymond A Voss, of Homer, and Miss Rebecca Knox, of Hubbard. The wed- didar took place WedueBdav at the home of the bride s sister, Mrs J as ju King, Homer, Neb. . I Two Italians, Nicolas and Anton To- rado were arrested at Jackson, Wed nesday, by deputy sheriff, Wm Bier- man wbo turned them over to deputy sheriff Stegall, of Saunders couuty. where they are wanted on a charge of illegal voting. About thitty other Italians are wanted in Saunders coun ty on a similar charge. The board of supervisors of drainage district No 2 met Saturday in this place and closed a contract with the Towe Engineeriug company, of Oma ha, for the engineering work to be done on the proposed drainage ditch . Sev eral bids were made on the work by civil engineers from Omaha and Sioux City, and the contract was let to tbe Omaha firm for t450. It calls for the same amount of work, or more, that was done by M. Holmvig, of Siom City on the "Jackson ditch" for which be sued tbe county on a claim of $1,000, and which is now before the supreme court. The Lincoln correspondent in the Omaha Bee, 11th says, Dakota conn ty furnishes the second case of an ofli cer holding over while the party claim ing to be elected resorts to maudamus to get possession ofthe records and the oilice. Wilfred E Voss has iilod a pe tition in the supreme court asking for a writ of mandamus to compel Mary V 2ninn to turn over to him the oilice and tho records of the oilice of county superintendent. The petition sets out that Marv Onion was the county sti Dfirintendent ud that she and V wete OPiHjHing candidates in t tie lai election. Voss alleges that he receive! 707 Aotes and Mary A Qmun rcceivei only 650 votes, Voss has tlie cet titi eate of election, but Mury V Qiiiun holds on to the oilice and re(ucs eive it to him. The other rase is from Cherry couuty, where a woman seek to oust a raun from the oilice of couuty A treasurer. A baby boy was born to Chas Quist and wife last Saturday, Mrs Wesley Mcl'herson Las been on tbe sick list the past week. Sam Bou'on went to Norfolk Wednesday to look after his farm interests. Mrs Henry Harris and children moved here from Homer Wednesday, and are occupying the old Schmied residence. Tho Oakland Independent Las solved the typesetting proposition in oflioe by investing $1,500 in a Mergen- thaler linotype. Mrs Wm Adair returned Wednesday from a two week's visit at Marleton, Iowa, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Sarah Dneschl. Every subscriber who pays his sub' scriptiou to The Herald in advance can have the rarmers Iribuneof Sioux City free for one year. "Live and let live" is my motto, vhynot call on Jso 1 through jour phoue and give him an order, ho will deliver it free of charge. Mrs Elsie Towell and family re turned Wednesday from Wayne, Neb., where she and her daughter Myrtle were employed in a hotel. W E Lennox was down from Allen this week, and stated that he is getting along nicely with his job as agent for Rawleigh Remedy Company. A marriage license was issued Wednesday by Judge Heffernan to Frank Wilbur, of Graham, Mont,, and Sadie Cornell, of this county. Wood for sale, on Walkers island, oppoMte Feldman's boat yard cotton wood tops, partly dry, by the arm, wagon or car load. Geo Barnett. A baby boy was born Wednesday to Mr and Mrs F W Green, of South Hioux City. Mrs Green was formerly Mrs Nora O'Brien, and resided in this place . 3 A Stinson this week finished in voicing his large stock of merchandise, and next week will have some stnnning bargains to announce in his aunual January clearance sale. When you come up town, don't for get to stop at the corner of Broadway and Fifteenth streets and see what there is in store for you. Van will be there with a broad smile. If you haven't you should. What? Make it a point to attend the lecture course entertainments. They are each and every one of tbem worth the mon ey. Kobert LSowman is next. See bim. Sam Heikes got severely hurl Thurs day while hauling hay from tbo swamp. His two teams started to run, catching bim between tbe racks, brrakiug ser eral ribs and otherwise injuring him. All kinds of coal, feed and hay for sale at reasonable prices. itlds & Slaughter Go. ThjtoE Bliven, Manager, Dakota City, Neb. Wm Dilsaver, of Seattle, Wash,, stopped over here a few days tbis week to visit his cousin, Mrs (Jeo Harnett, while enroute to Goodwin, S D, for a short visit at the Samuel Gribble home. A can of bakiug powder and a band some gold framed picture for 50 cents at Van de Zedde's. This may be your last chance to get one of those elegant paintings absolutely free. One would make an excellent Xmas gilt. Tbe town board instneted Marshall Fueston to close the saloon Thursday, which has been run the past two weeks by Henry Krnmwiede under the li cense issued to Jroest i riggs. n seems that Trigga has quit the saloon business, and the beard will therefore revoke the license. The next event on the lecture course will be t) e entertaining appearance of Robert O Bowman, the character por trayalist Mr Bowman is a recog maed artist in his chosen field, and it is to be hoped tbe local public will come out and hear him. He wtll be with us on the evening of January 21st iO at tbe M E church. Invitations are out for the wedding of Chas Hi ikes and MiPB Minnie Bar tela, both well known young people of this oounty. The happy event will take place at the home of tbe bride's parents, Mr aud Mrs Fred Bartels, of Hubbard precinct, on Thursday, Jan uary 2()th. A general shower was giv en at the Adolf Bartel's hoL.e. this evening for the prospective bride and groom. The homo of Mr and Mrs Homer1 B Skeen, of Cody, Neb, was sadly ufiliet ed during the past week by the deatb of their three children with soarlet fever. Tbe family spent a few days here at tbe home of Mrs Skeeu's father, M O Ayers at New Years time, as he was preparing for a trip to f lori- a for the benefit of his health. They returned to their home in Cody a week Ko last Sunday, and the following 1'uurirday the oldest daughter, Marion, nd the youngest daughter, Wilma, were taken suddenly ill with the dis- ease. The youngest aaugnter uieu - . . . ... that evening and the oldest lingered until Saturday night when she, too, ssed to that better world. inn seoond eldest daughter, Gertrude, also contracted tbe disease and on Monday ibt of tbis week tbe grim reaper, Death, claimed her. The sympathy f the entire communinty here is ex- ended to the bereaved family in the hour of their uflliction. Tbe following acoount of the tragic death of Mrs Chas E Kroesen, of L'te, Iowa, is taken from the Tuesday raoru uu's Hioux City Journal. Beit Kroes- en, ol oouiu aioux uuv, oroiuer iu aw of the deceased woman, went to Ute Tuesday tt attend the funeral oh sifiuies. "Carryiim his two children in his arms, Chas E Kroesen, editor of the Ute Independont. Ute, I., yester morning rushed out of his burning home, lint his wife, who had boeu aroused bv Mr Kroesen, rom lined be hind a few minutes unit was silt locate News of the tragedy wns received yes terluy morning !y liert Kroesen, editor f the Houth hioux tdty u.-o td, a brother of the ulllicteil editor. Ac oor ling to the stoty gleaned over th telephone the I ie editor awoke about 5:30 o'clock with the blz- encircling his bed, Ho immediately c tlled hi wife, grabbed au 8-inout li-old Uuvh ter and a 5-jear-old daughter in hi arms and ran. His wife f iilm: to innk. as hasty an exit and fell to the lloor, dyiug before aasihtallOH Could react her. Tub Iosh nil the ihiiiih i esirui ted ab out sKOi). Aeigntiors ca to the r. seiiH ami nee. edod in B-ivin some of the property. WARNER APPOINTED flARSHAL. A special from Washington under date of January 13th announces that President Taft had sent to the somite the nomination of Wm P Warner, of this place, to be United States Mar shall for the district of Nebraska. Mr Warner was appointed to the oflioe December 15, 1995, and has made a splendid record. Voss Knox Nnptlala At high noon Wednesday, January 12, 1910, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs James King, of Homer, the marriage of Miss Rebecca Knox and Raymond A Voss was solem nized. Rev Geo Bray of Tonca, pro nounced the ceremony, pledging tbe young conple by the marriage ring, Miss Thekla, tbe sister of tha groom, sang a prennptials: "O Promise Me" Bnd "I Love You Trnly" and Trof Carl Bchriever played the interlude and in terpreted the wedding maroh from Lohengrin, The bride wore a dress of palo blue Messalino with trimmings of imported applique, and carried a handsome bouquet of bride's roses. The table decorations were piuk carnations and forns tastfully arranged; tho centre- piece beiug tbe bride's rake mounted on a mirror. Only the relatives and imediate friends were present, to whom an elegant four course dinner was served . The wedding gifts were many and costly, evidencing a wide circla of friends who wish them much hap pinoss and prosperity. Mr and airs Voss left on the evening train for S'oux City, and leaving for Omaha ' and Lin coin tbe next morning. The bride wearing a blue traveling suit. The couple will be at home to their friends after Jan 20 on tbe gtoom's farm three miles west of Homer. The new "Radex" lens for constant wear is superior for comfort and clear ness of vision. I. screens out the vio let or chemical rays of light, thus pre venting irritation and inllamation. Satisfaction guaranteed, W 0 Eck hart. Licensed Optometrist. PROGRAM Tho Wednesday Literary cluh will meet with Mrs Ross January lot ti. at which tlnio the followliiHT program will bo Riven: Iloll Call, Responses from Poor Rich ard's Aliuanao History Study, Oh. xvl Mrs Kvans Paper, Life and Character at Wm Tnft. Mrs Orr Music Topic forOenernl lUseimslon Prohibi tion. Its Kaiiy History and I'res- ent Outlook Mrs Mason K. Z. Kngelen. Secretary. FOR SALE 1 Bain wagon $ 75.00 1 grain dump 135 00 1 Canton sulky plow 45.00 1 manure spreader. 120.00 1 Lightning feed grinder 30,00 4 cultivators 50.00 3 fanning mills 35.00 1 second-hand 8-borse power.. 40.00 1 Fuller-Lee press drill 05.00 One good roan horse, coming 4 years old. One roan mare, 12 year old. ii nd era and moweia. Stock of hardware, about all new. Am going out of business. D C lit ffernan Hubbard, Nebr. PETIT JURY For the February, 1910, term of dis trict oonrt which conveues in this place on the 14th. Herman Kind Gilbert Hughes T. J. O'Connor .1. C. Duggan William Kruegor Hans Hoiinlekson K. H. Cornell Kd Oreen Leonard Morris Nlss AndrcKfii William Dlcrklng Paul Hpell Clurence Hungerford W.O.Ostnieyer O. W. Hates 1'hendore Peters Ohnrles Holsworth Have Orl tilth Bruce Alward Auk NlKgeniiinn O. K. JletTernnn M. It, Holer lohn Khodc Ale Nixon , CHURCH NEWS MCTHODIBT. Services at the Methodist Episcopal huroh every Sunday as follows: Preaohing, 11 a m ; Sunday school, 10 m! Class meeting 12 m; Epworth League, 6:30 p m; Preaching, 7 pm. The league room was well filled last Sunday. LH your influence be lor irood . Come out parents bring your children to Sunday school. Its a good place to bo, don t delay. A few more years shall roll, and then what? Do good, be good, and help others to help themselvse. We will look for you. Lecture Course Dates R O Bowman.... Friday, Jan 21, 1910 l'he Modern Musicians Saturday, Feb 5, 1910 R L Kemple .Wednesday, Mar 23, 1910 DISTRICT COURT DATES Judge Guy T Graves has llxed the following dates for holding court in tbe different counties of tho Eighth judicial district for the year 1910 : Cuming... .January ill Heiitemlier 12 Dakota.... Hlanton.. ..February 14 Hepteinlsir "JU March T OctolsT IS Starch 14 Novemtier 7 March SN Noveinlier Cedar Iilxon Thurston. April 11 Octolior 17 The first day of each tennis set for hear ing applications forcltleiishlp papers. R R Time Table c, St. p., m. a o. Trains leave Dakota Git at the fol lowing time : iOHTH BOUND. BOOTH BOUND. 5:55 pm Omaha.. 7:58 am 10 :03 am Omaha D.13pm 3:38 pm Norfolk 8:23 am 9.28 am Norfolk ......6:13 pm 1 :38 am Newcastle 10 :18 am j:05pm .......5:55 pm SUNDAY TRAINS. 12 :13 pm Omaha 2 :30 am 1:38 Norfolk 8:23 am 9:28 Norfolk 5:13 C B & Q WEST Xo. 'Jl ljocal rreiirut- 7: Lb am 17 " Passenger, Omaha anil Lincoln' 12 :47 pm EAST No 92 Local Fr. ight 2 :25 pm 1(1 Local PrtHsonKor'..0;i'7 pm daily, daily pxeept bunJuy. Sioux Cit.v. Cryatal Lake & Homer M.AVE LEAVE SIM'S CI7V DAKOTA CUT 8 30 m 0 30am Id 12 2 Ilo.im 11 15am 3Hiu 1 15pm 30)in 3 15pm pm o 4Wira K TL'H D A Y MiiUlS ONLY 111 3 I "ii 11 15prn Kowmau! Bowman! He's it Hue auU hear him, lie's next. Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Oovernmeht Psys Railway Msil Clerks $8oo to $t,3oo, and other em ployes up to $1,500 Annually. Vncle Kiwil will hold sprlnu examination throughout the country for Hallway Mall Clerks, Custom House Clerks, Htenniirnph ers. Hook keepers, Iiepnrtmcntnl Clerks and other government positions. Thousand of appointments villi t made. Any man or woman over IS, In pity cr country run (ret Instruction nnd free Information by writing nt oner to the ilurenu of Instruction, :l J. ilmnltn Huildlnir, Rochester, N. Y. SHIP YOUR HIDES FURS ftc m TO , D.BERGMAFJ&CO. ST. PAUL. A1IMM Tn1 (timet with the lanp-st and oMest home It! tlm VVn.t 11. ..I . 1 . . ... ..., iiiKinni inei-n una uiiiiii'uiltin J"''1 returns. Writ for price list, tug uj CO YEARS' VS. P L1 j -J? Copyrights Ac. AniOTl ft.MitltltaT ft ftkwtrh nr1 rt(WMHtttinn n qnlfklf asrorlnin onr opinion fni whiltor ao tttvnt1nn In pmhriMy- pMentuMp Vn. mimic. tlotiBtriotlyroMt1(liitUl. HANDROOK on I'nirnL nt fr. OMott BBonrf for ntx'urinir patmim, I'litriit tu it en through Munn A Co. rclT Scientific American. A lini1nomftj IllmtraHxt wwk1y. InrffMt rlr. "illation iif nay ftelpnlltln Jmmntl. IVrms, f:t a rear: f'nir niiiniba, tu Suia bjall tiewailrnlera, MUNN &Co.3C1BfMd-' New York Undertaker County Coroner B. F. Sawyer Tackson, Nebraska BUCKBEC'S SEEDS SUCCEED! SPECIAL OFFER: Made to tmlld New Rd.Ih.m. A trial will make you our uerniaiitmt Miitnni.r. prize Collection "wirtie.! t. It the flnfint I Tarala. f mlf nd.d ; O.ln.. a Amti varl Uea; i Spri.i-anw.rt.it 1Mb at rarietlra In all. UUARANTEKU TO VLKAHti. Write to-day; Mention this Paper. SEND 10 CENTS toorrnrpo-UffOMid ptKklni and r-o.lT. thin Tftlnable nmruriivo, iati(iiui hasl and 1'Unt lltwk, e3T iiiui ! I IIIH w,iii ii ,ai.i,-fM'l. Nervous Brealc-Down Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration, cir culation, digestion and elimination. When you feel "weak, nervous, irri tahle, sick, it is often be cause you lack nerve energy, and tba process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with. Dr. utiles' Nervine has cured thousands of such cases, and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you. Try it. "My nervous pystnm gave away complntolv, and l:ft mo on the vcrua of the hi-uvo. I tried nkllli.'d phyHl clans but Kt no permanent relief. 1 tfot ho bud I bad to kiv up my buniiiPHM. 1 bf'iran taking lir. Mllea Iteatorutlve Ni rvino. In a few days I wiih murli lift ter, nnd 1 i-untlnued to Iminuvo vim il entirely rurnd. I urn In Ii'ihIiichm ukuIii, mid never mlM an tiiiiiorlunUv to reciiriiiiii'iiil t Ilia remedy." MUS. W. I.. 1HUHK, Myrtle Creek, ureKon. Your druggist eelle Dr. Miles' Nerv Ine, and we authorize him to return price of first bottle (only) If It fails to benefit you. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Subscription Bargains Tfye Hersxld and NewIJoa Magiiziao f l oi) Hionx City Dailv end Bimduy Journal 5 00 without Humlay 4 20 to rural route patrotiH........ !1 DO Knusas City Weekly Star.... 1 lfi Iowa Homcbtead 1 4.9 Lafolh ttp'B Mugazine, weekly . 1 00 Poultry Gazette (Lincolu),,., 1 10 Womau'i World 1 15 , 1 I AM. i--nMr fhifTii s i - I It U 1 fl BY-SV a w v 11 f &3 Iff are about ONF-TIIIRD larger than last year. ( 1 IOWS THAT for "treating 'em RIGHT" in Nebraska's best County? (And they're going to be much larger by 1911, we. hope.) "The Bank that ALWAYS treats you RIGHT" ) Bank of Dakota IS. IB. Lumber Hardware and Coal A good stock, Rightly Priced, is getting us the Business. Call and see us. We'll Treat you Right. Edwards & Bradford Mr Co. S V. 0. Lake, Resident Mpr. nonnHBiHKBDTnnnn Kgwipimii in i min (! rntam wnimm.mmmmniim m i in miimiiwjwii n nniii'iii nm i J " r- -- rinr'""iiffMiMiiJ After this dsvtc wc will sell for CASH W. F. LrORBBIZ CITY MEAT MARKET PAUL PIZEY, Dakota Citt. N. 1 . 5 1a Bonded : Abstracter Winter IDay ' Will soon be here. Be prepared with a nice warm Lap Kobe. We have a good assortment in various designs of pleasing colors ranging in price as follows: 2.80 - $4.20- $5.30, all of Good Heavy Plush, fast colors, and very durable. ; Come early and get the best selections. Wo ViU'pell all last year's patterns of Plnsh and Wool Lap Kobes at one-foortli off tho price Sttxrc Bros sH.JL'cry.wt! n A New Lrinc To E6e BJortKwcst Through "Che Di Horn Dastn The Big Horn Basin is fast settling up and offers the greatest opportunities for farmers, and especially Farm Renters to secure fine government irrigated farms at the nitre cost of the water, and often a single crop can be made to py for tho furm. Ten yearly payments without interest. This is cheaper than paying rent in any locality. Willi the completion of the new line this promises to become a great wealth producing region. The oil, gas and irrigation of the Big Horn Basin will make that country a combination of farm aud industrial prosperity. Write me for full descriptive literature. v Go with me to the Basin and let me help you select a new home D. Land lioom 6, r.i il : 111! m j1- County j3 wIr.-on IL'b'r. Co. Dakota City, Neb ONLY V VC ALFRED PIZEY, 608 Metropolitan BIk. Sioux City. Iowa 7 Ci.em Deavkr, Gen Agt Suckers Information Bureau, "Q" Building, Omaha, Kebr.